Video: Male Weightlifter Mocks Trans Movement; 'Breaks' Women's Record by Claiming He's a Woman
A British rapper has put the entire transgender movement in checkmate, and we couldn’t be happier.
Zuby, a United Kingdom-based musician and Oxford graduate, was apparently fed up with the surge of men participating in and dominating women’s sports. He took to Twitter to deliver a death blow to the argument that transgender men can fairly compete in women’s events.
“I keep hearing about how biological men don’t have any physical strength advantage over women in 2019,” Zuby wrote in a Twitter post. “So watch me DESTROY the British Women’s deadlift record without trying.”
“P.S. I identified as a woman whilst lifting the weight. Don’t be a bigot.”
I keep hearing about how biological men don’t have any physical strength advantage over women in 2019…
So watch me DESTROY the British Women’s deadlift record without trying.
P.S. I identified as a woman whilst lifting the weight. Don’t be a bigot. 😂 pic.twitter.com/dYRraHCB42
— ZUBY: (@ZubyMusic) February 26, 2019
Zuby’s lift, which he totals at 230 kg, is enough to match the heaviest of women contenders recorded by British Powerlifting. He later performs a deadlift of 260 kg, a weight that would shatter the women’s record were he in a real competition.
For some reason, transgender activists are not flooding the airwaves shouting how “brave” Zuby is.
Previous transgender weightlifters have caught the eye of leftist publications who didn’t waste any time in celebrating the progression our society has made. So far, these same publications are seemingly refusing to cover Zuby, even though he appears to be a women’s weightlifting prodigy.
Not everyone was convinced by this video. Some claimed it wouldn’t have been counted because of improper form and the fact that he didn’t lock out at the top of the lift.
Zuby bravely faced naysayers who called out his form with the perfect response: Performing a flawless deadlift with 30 more kilograms of added weight.
A few jealous cis-bigots are claiming that I didn’t lock out for long enough at the top of my 230kg deadlift.
So here is a gentle 260kg pull with an extra looong lockout for the haters.
Oh. That’s another record too!
Don’t hate me because I’m beautiful and strong. 🙆🏾♀️ pic.twitter.com/mXQO7ZW3aa
— ZUBY: (@ZubyMusic) February 27, 2019
To be completely clear, the British rapper is showing the complete absurdity of the transgender movement. He even says his preferred pronoun is “the Great One.”
Not all men competing in women’s sports are in it for the right reasons, however.
Fallon Fox, a biologically born male competing in women’s Mixed Martial Arts, shows the brutality that can result from society’s acceptance of transgender ideology. Back in 2013, according to a CNN report, he infamously floored a female fighter with a single knee to the chin less than 40 seconds after the fight began.
Fox filled out MMA paperwork without indicating he was a male, and his opponent was unaware that she would be fighting a muscled Navy veteran whose name used to be “Boyd.”
And it’s not just contact sports transgenders have dominated.
Gabrielle Ludwig is a 6’6″ male who joined a women’s college basketball team in 2013 at 50 years old, according to ESPN. He led the team in both scores and rebounds.
While that’s roughly an average size in men’s basketball, pictures are needed to convey the true disparity between “Gabrielle” and his teammates.
Did the talk hosts in D.C deserve to be suspended for their comments on Gabrielle Ludwig? http://t.co/tc2j3Lgf pic.twitter.com/VoAzdBOb
— WEEI (@WEEI) December 13, 2012
Male competition in female sports is an absolute joke, and an insult to every female who works tirelessly to get to the top. Men are overwhelmingly larger, denser, stronger, faster, and more aggressive than their female counterparts.
Make no mistake — if the left continues this push for transgender diversity and inclusion, it will only serve to hurt women who are oftentimes doing everything right.
This isn’t equality. It’s barbarism.
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